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if you happen to work here in san jose, the minimum wage jumps $2 from $8 to $10 an hour. one restaurant here in san jose starting paying their workers that $10 an hour back in december. the owner who owns pizza my heart in san jose says he wants to see how the new pay increase works and if it impacts the bottom line and admits prices on the menu had to increase when wages increased. other businesses say they may have to make similar adjustments, charging customers more in the end. the san jose minimum wage increase was approved by voters back in november and at pizza my heart, the transition, so far, it has been government. >> we raised prices roughly 3 percent overall and that was kind of the test to make sure it covers it, and it has so it has been neutral to us overall. who has the highest minimum wage in the nation, san francisco topped the list with workers making $10.55 an hour and santa fe, new mexico, people are paid $10.51 for minimum wake and now san jose is the third highest in the nation paying workers $10 an hour according to the united states department of labor
but the restaurant manager is here on the scene. san jose police have made an arrest in the murder of a man reported missing two weeks ago. what is bizarre is where any found the body. the man vanished from a senior apartments on february 18. police checked his apartment then but did not find him. the investigation brought them back to the apartment yesterday and that is when and where they discovered his body. he was stabbed. investigators and a close friend wonder how he got there. >> the police came a month ago and they could not find him and now they find him? you cannot overlook a body the. >> he obviously wasn't here. the fact he turned up here again later...it is something we will have to put back together like a puzzle. place will only say they are confident they have the right person in the custody for the murder. >> santa cruz begins the slow process of healing after saying goodbye to two police officers killed in the line of duty. thousands gathered for an emotional memorial yesterday. officers, dignitaries and friends and family honored and celebrated the lives of the two santa cruz offi
to san jose. we are in san grows -- we start with claudine in santa cruz. >> reporter: we are standing at the start of the procession. the folks told to gather here starting about seven this morning and in the last several minutes we have seen activity. take a look to the side of me. you can see three buses that are lined up along this street. they have the santa cruz police emblem on them and a sign. we assume possibly members of the department will ride these buses down the procession. i want to show you what's happening in this parking lot just near the boardwalk here. you can see motor officers starting to line up their motorcycles. they will stage there and then move to the start of the procession. this procession, ready to leave about 8:45 but everybody was told to gather about seven this morning so it'll just get busier. the morning has started in this community. everybody is still trying to dumb to terms with the loss of the two officers. there was a memorial last night at the santa cruz memorial funeral home. just a chance for people, friends, family, strangers to come. there
to a man, a stranger, standing over her bed in san jose. the shock didn't end there. the man was a registered sex offender on parole, and he was tracking police with an app. kris sanchez joins us from san jose this evening with what we now know about the suspect. kris? >> reporter: well, as you mentioned, raj, he is a parolee and we know he is registered as a transient. he tried to use technology to avoid capture. he still got caught after breaking into that south san jose home. when san jose police were searching for an attempted sexual assault suspect around 3:20 this morning, that suspect, 29-year-old ryan campbell, was listening to them on their radio. he heard them coming. he was running an app on his smartphone that allowed him to listen to police scanners. >> it was sent to the san jose southern division channel 2, actually trying to monitor our officers as they were respond ing to the crime. >> reporter: equally shocking when he broke into this home and stood over a woman's bed, he was wearing an ankle bracelet, a condition of his parole on a burglary conviction. but
to highway 87 and finally here, downtown san jose. along the route, other agencies and ordinary citizens stopped to pay tribute. tim shea made it a point to step up on the rail of the highway 17 overpass to hold up a sign honoring the only two santa cruz police officers to ever be killed in the line of duty. >> i'm just a regular guy trying to do something, you know? i do this kind of stuff because it makes me sleep better at night, regular guy, standing on the bridge, giving them a salute. >> reporter: how are the families doing? >> you know, they're doing incredibly well given the circumstances. they're on an emotional roller coaster right now. but for us, all we can do is surround them with love, caring and support and show them that by how we honor them today in this memorial service. but then again, how we honor their legacy in how we behave and how we conduct ourselves with the community in the future. >> reporter: as you're looking down autumn street in front of the hp pavilion, you get a sense of just how many people from law enforcement are here. they're not just from santa cruz
with american flags. those casket's right now are at h-p pavilion in san jose where the funeral service will take place at noon today. mike pelton is live outside the h-p pavilion with the details. >> 15,000 people can fill h- p pavilion at the funeral is held here in san jose and not santa cruz because such a large crowd is expected. the procession will begin in santa cruz are around 845 this morning. a motorcade will travel along highway 17 to san jose. the memorial service begins at noon and will last about several hours of about 3:00. those in santa cruz and cannot make the trip to san jose the kaiser permanente aery now will open its doors and broadcast the service. you also watch the service on our a live outcast at 0193 or on kron4 .com. possibly it expected an attendant our law enforcement agencies across the community barry. see me as i first come, first served basis. they will start shutting down roads are around the arena there aren't signs posted a and this road will close at 730. the motorcade and recession will arrive at the 930 and 10:00. >> this is one of those things
came together to honor them. officers, dignitaries and friends and family filled san jose's h.p. pavillion to remember and celebrate the lives of detective sergeant loran "butch" baker and detective elizabeth butler. the two were shot and killed by a sexual assault suspect. they were the first santa cruz police officers to be killed in the line of duty. >> two heroes, two friends, taken far too soon at the hands of a madman. this was the touching tribute outside the h.p. pavilion with the uniform officers raising their hands in salute at the vehicles carrying the two officers left at the memorial. >> new this morning, a 239-year-old driver under arrest for the death of a san francisco high school student is scheduled to be in court today. the woman is charged with driving under the influence and killing the 17-year-old and faces up to ten years in prison. chang was walking across the boulevard at vale avenue when she was hit. she was on the track team. the teammates wore grown -- green ribbons at the meet. >> osama bin laden's son-in-law is said to be arraigned in new york cit
for it. >> in 2009, the office of san jose vice mayor, comerica bank and two dozen banks and organization have given out 3,000 dresses to girls through operation prom dress. >>> one small community sits right in the heart of the east bay, tucked between san leandro and castro valley but ashland is often overlooked. >> with the helpf one lady and a group of young people, ashland is in the spotlight. nbc bay area's garvin thomas has their story in tonight's bei ay area proud. >> reporter: if there's anywhere in the world that hillary bass is most comfortable, it's squeezed into a small room surrounded by a bunch of lively teenagers it is, after all, how hillary spent much of the past ten years, talking with them, dreaming with them, and on this day, celebrating with them. >> we did this. thank you. thank you. >> reporter: their remarkable story begins in 2004 when hillary, then just 24, took a job as a residential services coordinator at the eden house apartment complex in ashland. she quickly bombeded with a core group of about a dozen of the young people who lived there. >> this is the co
lives in san jose after they were held for ransom for 18 months. two have been arrested. the mother was in the united states illegally looking for work in washington state. she asked the suspects to bring the children to the united states and she paid them repeatedly. $5,000, eventually but the suspects never brought the kids here and threatened to kill them if she went to the police. she fine -- finally did. the two are held on felony charges in san jose. >> an assault rifle stolen from a san francisco police car on saturday has been recovered. police have released few details of how or where they got the weapon back. the ar-15 was taken from an unmarked car like this one which was parked and locked while officers were working in the market neighborhood. it is only issued to specially trained officers. >> a memorial is held on thursday for the two santa cruz police officers shot and killed in the line of duty last tuesday. a motorcade is scheduled to start at 8:45 on ocean street. the memorial for detective sergeant butch baker and detective elizabeth butler was moved to the pavili
together to honor them. officers, dignitary, friends and family filled san jose's h.p. pavilion yesterday to remember and celebrate the lives of detective sergeant loran "butch" baker and detective elizabeth butler. the two were shot and killed by sexual assault suspect making them the first santa cruz police officers to be killed in the line of duty. >> two heroes. two friends. taken from us far too soon at the hands of a madman. this is the touching tribute outside the h.p. pal beyond, uniformed officers raising their hand in salute at the hearses carrying the bodies. >> the 24-year-old driver under arrest for the death of a high school student is scheduled to be in court and charged with driving under the influence and killing a 17-year-old khan and faces up to 10 years in prison. chang was walking across the boulevard at vale avenue on saturday night and she was hit. she was on the track team at high school. the teammate wore green ribbons which was her favorite color, at the meatier. >> bill clinton is doing an about face on same-sex marriage calling on the supreme court to overturn
in san jose this morning. the pilot of the alaska airlines plane got a warning of a possible engine fire 20 minutes into the flight from san jose to idaho. the pilot declared an emergency, turned around and came ban t mineta. the passengers were unhurt and put on other flights. >>> in richmond, experts are checking out how much damage was done to a sailboat stolen and beached near pacifica yesterday. the 82-foot "darling" was he had to do richmond overnight and is in -- was towed to richmond overnight and is in dry dock. repairs could cost more than what the boat is worth. >>> a san jose woman says she woke up to a man in her bedroom then screams and chases him off. kpix 5's cate caugiran with why police say the suspect was well equipped to evade them. >>> reporter: she woke up and there he was hovering over her. the woman tells me at first she thought it was one of her daughters' boyfriends and seconds later she knew it wasn't. it appears he broke in the kitchen window. she chased him out the back door. >> this person is on parole for burglary
country encrypt their radio transmission, san jose p.d. does not. >> thank you. >>> santa clara county will spend a million dollars to replace george sirocawa. he resigned last friday after the district attorney charged him with 12 counts of corruption. he now faces up to a year in jail. after lengthy debate this morning, the board decided the transparency of an election is needed as opposed to appointment. the winner of the special election will serve out the remainder of shirokawa's term. his second when he resigned. >>> there is trouble in the bay area skies. tonight crews are inspecting an alaskan airliner jet. it took off after 11:00 this morning. after 20 minutes into the flight, the captain received a warning about a possible fire in the right engine. the plane made a u-turn and headed back to the airport where firefighters were waiting on the runway. fortunately it touched down safely. all 47 passengers and the crew are okay. >>> from the air to the road. the bay area tops a list that no one wants to be on. it's a list of megacommuters. those are people who travel more t
... blanca ---un avion que habia despegado del aeropuerto de san jose con destino a "boise" idaho, tuvo que realizar un aterrizaje de emergencia debido a problemas en uno de sus motores. take vo ---el vuelo numero 24-04 de "alaska airlines" partio de san jose a las 11 con 8 minutos de esta maÑana y 20 minutos despues el piloto recibio una alerta de incendio en uno de los motores por lo que decidio regresar. ---el vuelo logro aterrizar sin problemas. ---los pasajeros tomaron otro vuelo para llegar a su destino. blanca ---una mujer en el sur de san jos, despert esta maÑana con un intruso en su recamara. pitch - cesar el intruso result ser un delincuente sexual, que traa ropa interior de mujer en sus bolsillos... stop open roll open take 2 box ---jaime peluffo nos acompaÑa con los pormenores.. jaime.. take jaime live cu - peluffo la polica dice que el sujeto intento utilizar la tecnologa para escabullirce de la polica. :01 - :06 :20 - :25 :45 - :48 trt: 1:37 o.c. delincuente profesional. s.o.t. :55:00 that's alright. esta es la vctima del incidente de esta madrugada.. la mujer de 52 aÑos n
discovered programs in place at most of the nation's major airports. including sfo, oakland and san jose, where airport specialists can shoot and kill birds that pose a risk of colliding with aircraft taking off or landing. >> as soon as we are finding planes and birds are flying, there will be a conflict. >> a qualified biologist, he serves as a wild life biologist with the fish and wild life service in sacramento. they issue permits to shoot and kill birds but only after everything else has failed to scare off the birds. >> when dealing with a bird. we want lethal removal to the the last option t we want it to be a direct threat to human health and safety. >> at sfo, there's been 211 bird collisions in the last two years, up significantly. and in oakland international. 115 and where just this january, they began using live ammunition to shoot birds the faa recorded 114 collisions, down from the previous two years. >>> and during the first month and a half of the program. wild life officers killed a dozen birds at sjc and in oakland, they report shoots less than 100 a month, or 1200 bir
gate bridge picked up by now. elsewhere we go to san jose, i believe, we have road work on north 101 from tully with a lane of traffic closed until 5:30 this morning. kristen and katie? >> thank you. the controversy around nascar and why some are upset about an upcoming sponsor. >> another big blizzard is headed east with some areas getting a huge snowy blast. >> but, first, forbes has the new ranking of billionaires and the c.e.o. of heinz talks. >> the dow jones industrial average opened this morning at 14,128, just 37 points from the all-time record set back in october of 2007. heinz got a big golden parachute for the c.e.o. who gets more than $200 million if he is fired or pushed out. part of it is a severance package. >> and the richest billionaire is in mexico with a net worth of $73 billion and microsoft's bill gate is next, at $67 billion. >> starbucks has their first new permanent beverage in 12 years, permanent beverage in 12 years, with hazelnut [ woman ] don't forget the yard work! okay. [ male announcer ] with citibank's popmoney, dan can easily send money by email right
in concord. 73 for napa. low 70s santa rosa. down into the south bay san jose you're checking in at 70 degrees. 69 in mountain view. 71 as we go inland for livermore. 70s for concord as well. the extended forecast as we get through today it's going to be a nice one and then tomorrow just as nice. but the warming trend continuing the over night lows will begin to bump up the afternoon highs will continue as well. by wednesday it looks like we peak 76 degrees temperatures in the afternoon. we remain dry on thursday and it looks like the try pattern will continue into the weekend. >>> a modern twist on an age old process. how social media is playing a role in the process of finds a new pope and what is being done at the vatican now to keep technology out. >>> hundreds of couples stay parked in a public display of affection. >>> but let's take you outside. a live look at 101 in san francisco. reminder if you are driving in san francisco today, part of the embarcadero will be closed from the ballpark down toward fish -- down toward fisherman's wharf. time now is 7:10. >>> welcome back on th
story. >> more than 100 people have been living in a homeless camp in san jose. they are supposed to clear out this morning but many are still here. what is going to happen. mornings on 2 starts now. >> complete, bay area news coverage starts right now this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. welcome to mornings onto. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. happening now, in oakland, federal agents and local police are teaming up for a major crime sweep. brian flores is live from oakland with new information on this developing story. >> reporter: good morning to you. what we are learning is that this police raid involving oakland police as well as united states marshalls, they arrested several people this morning starting at around two on people involved in violent crime. this was confirmed when we pulled up about six a large group of officers and some heavy tactical gear and armored vehicles. the police station served as a regrouping point for the operation which included opd and united states marshalls. attorneys also involved here as well. they have a command unit based in
and the low cloud deck over san jose. mostly cloudy. in the 30s to 40s. once again. 37 in santa rose a.38napa. i want to point out this is slightly warmer than where we were 24 hours ago. though it's a cold start we are about like where we were friday. if you were out early you know what to expect. 37 in walnut creek. widespread 40s, 46 san francisco, 43 in areas around haywood. 38 san ramone. again we will start now to see the temperatures slowly turn around over the next two hours and then into the afternoon a nice warm up in store. here is the forecast. picking up just a little bit of high cloud cover around are the bay area, san jose reporting mostly cloudy by ten its clearing out. even the coastline looks mostly clear for your saturday afternoon. temperatures will be a few degrees above yesterday afternoon highs. pacific satellite view the system that brought the little bit of rain and then moved sight is pushing eastover arizona. we are still on the back edge of this trough like pattern. ridge of high pressure and the difference between the two could bring up the winds just a bit in to
serving the country. yesterday the city of san jose unveiled a memorial to the 142 native sons who lost their lives in that conflict. the anniversary marks withdrawal of u.s. troops from southeast asia. the monument dedicated to the sons of san jose was built by volunteers. it's located east of hp pavilion. >>> a celebrity auction. a private collector putting up letters and manuscripts including an unhappy marilyn monroe saying she thinks she's going crazy and can't concentrate. a angry letter written by john lennon to linda and paul mccartney reflecting the bad feelings around them when the beatles split up, expected to fetch between 40 and $60,000. >>> coming up next, assignment 7 looks at the fate of the california condor. it survived a major pesticide scare but can it survive the gun lobby. >>> plus, people from all over california made the pilgrimage to san francisco's highest peek easter morning. the sunrise service atop mount davidson and we'll introduce to you people who made it their >>> welcome back, everyone. we're starting this half hour with a quick look at our ever changin
for the santa cruz boardwalk and ocean avenue. the motorcade will travel to san jose where it is expected to arrive at the age people billion between 1030 and 11 this morning. a memorial service for the two murdere officers detective sgt :loran butch baker, and a detective elizabeth butler is being set to begin at noon today. you can see the american flag. today's memorial service will begin and noon at the h-p pavilion and san jose. it will be a mile long motorcade. it will be from santa cruz to san jose. it is scheduled to begin at 845 and ride in san jose between 1030 and 11. there will be rolling road closures impacting surface streets in santa cruz. highways 17, 85, and 87 along with road closures in san jose leading to h people billion. >> if any of the streets are part of your morning commute, you are advised to take an alternate route. we will bring you live coverage of today's memorial service. you could find it on for the lastest news and traffic comcast 193 digital channel 4.2. >> of our coverage will begin at noon at the start of a service. you can also watch it on line. will
cruz memorial. the viewing comes one day before a public memorial service at hp pavilion in san jose. thursday's procession is set to start at 8:45 in the morning in santa cruz. participants will all be staging at the third street parking lot on the board walk. the procession will head north over highway 17 to hp pavilion in downtown san jose. authorities say that procession will cause rolling road closures along the route. >>> ktvu will air thursday's memorial live. our coverage begins with mornings on 2. then at 11:00, our coverage continues as the funeral procession makes its way to san jose. >>> on wall street the dow jones went where it has never been before surpassing it's previous record in closing at an all time high. the dow gained 125 points to 14,253. that is 90 points above the previous record set before the recession in october of 2007. nasdaq gained 42 it's at a 12 year high but still 19 points below its report set back in march 2000. still there was no champane popping in wall street. there's reluctance to get too excited since the economy remains in recovery mode. low
are waking up to dry weather but we could see some rainfall overnight. over one-half inch in san jose practically nothing in the san jose--livermore. officeas we take a look of the extended forecast, not much expected. a cold start with 36 and the future test is tracking the temperatures throughout the day. you can see by lunch mainly 50s and 60s for some of the north bay communities. just a few degrees as we go for the evening hours if you're going to be going out and about. 40's and '50's. pretty mild conditions for the next 24 hours 61 degrees in sunnyvale. fairfield, 63 degrees. 58 in union city. 59 degrees in berkeley. your kron 4 7 day around the bay showing the warm-up will really begin tomorrow. temperatures getting into the upper 60s for and 70 degrees territory as we start the next workweek. in the meantime, not looking at any hotspots a great time to leave your house. here is the live look outside at the bay bridge toll plaza. it looks like traffic speeds of the incline and on the upper deck. at the san mateo bridge is practically empty. and cellphone 101south bound-101,
100 people who live in a homeless encampment in san jose near the guadalupe river. police officers will clear the area out at 8:30 a.m. this morning. kron4 mike pelton is live in san jose. >> they're all giving 72 hours' notice is to clear the area. some of them stated that what was what off when the police come. however, there are a lot of sense here. the authorities want to clean up this area. this stretch of land runs along-said it was left vacant because it is right next to the international airport and it was here in case a pilot needed to make an emergency landing. people started living here when a another and kamen was cleared. >> it is just tired some. people get tired of not knowing. we had no idea how long were wanted to stay here. this is what bothers me the most because i did not know. >> the fire and the trash that is left of my is part of the reason why they want to clear everything out. the housing department will help these people find shelter. if they will also find measures to stop another encamp from popping up. >> we are watching wall street. the dow jones is cl
all the way down to san jose. also towards towards saratoga. steady rain for san francisco. an hour ago, that ended temporarily. we could use this rain fall in march. look what happens next month. we start turning down that speck specket from mother nature. not only tonight, but for the next couple of nights. that will be with us until midday tomorrow. giving us a chance of rain. the past four or five rain chances has been the front. rain chances gone, not the case this time, because behind that is an upper level area of low pressure. this will move over top of us. this is going to be here on thursday. i think for most of us, thursday will be wetter than what we have outside right now with a chance of thunderstorms and dropping snow levels. here's the future cast through 5:00 tomorrow. a quarter of an inch of rain fall. now look at the numbers once we add in thursday, concord, an inch of rain fall. redwood city, nearly an inch of rain fall. breezy tomorrow, as that front moves through. steady rain is done by 10:00, but the rain is back on thursday. mid 50s tomorrow, that's it. san j
butler in hostage negotiation training. >>> the memorial for the two officers will be held at san jose's hp pavilion next thursday march 7 at noon. the service was moved to handle what is expected to be a large crowd. >>> today more than a dozen people who can't afford health insurance are getting some much- needed care for free. doctors and nurses at kaiser permanente in san francisco are volunteering their services to perform free surgeries. about 30 patients have been selected to receive those treatments. the organization operation access is spearheaded today's effort. this is the 20th year the group has provided free surgical care. >> you talked about it at the top of the newscast. a beautiful sunrise. let's turn it over to rose mary and see what we're looking forward to today. >> a good looking day. not as warm as we have been. those days are over. yesterday was the warmest day. into the 70s yesterday. today, widespread 60s. again, we will see the filtered sunshine. high clouds overhead. already, this morning, we will continue for your afternoon, and giving you a view there, of sa
it yet. to the livermore san jose and some breaks up through the north bay. we will continue with spotty showers through the central valley. 5:00 p.m., nine in the early afternoon but the coverage will decrease. just isolated showers by 7:00 and 9:00 p.m., tomorrow. the rainfall headlines going until at least 4:00 a.m. and spotty showers all day on wednesday. the rainfall totals will be under three- quarters of 1 in. with a couple of exceptions. the santa cruz mountains could seek a bit more in the other locations. whins with 36 mph in some locations and cooler air temperatures are dropping. they will continue to be cold. 50s for the most part. some areas will be in the upper 50s, briefly. a look at your extended forecast. schuller's on thursday but notice the temperatures are going to decrease. a local snowfall level at 3,000 ft.. the snowfall in the sierras. >> coming up a homeless encampment in the next edition of people behaving badly. >> gary: the highlight of the great game. [ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accesso
flight made an emergency landing this morning at san jose international airport. the flight bound for idaho just departed san jose when a light came on in the cockpit indicating a fire in the right side engine. fire crews were ready when the dual propeller plane landed, but there was no fire to put out. the faa says the engine appeared to be scorched possibly indicating a small fire that was out by the time the plane landed. 48 passengers were on board and no one was hurt. >>> a public's casket viewing has been scheduled tomorrow for the two members of the santa cruz police force killed in the line of duty. the viewing is set to take place tomorrow between 3:00 and 8:00 p.m. at the santa cruz memorial on ocean street. anyone wishing to pay their respects is invited to attend. detectives were gunned down one week ago today by a suspect who was later shot and killed by other officers. >>> on thursday hundreds of law enforcement vehicle plan to lead a 33-mile procession from santa cruz to san jose's hp pavilion where the public memorial service will take place. traffic is expected to
next. bob redell joins from us the ca camp's location which is between the san jose airport and the rose garden. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. san jose police have already cleared out most of these encampments on this parcel of vacant land owned by the city. so far no arrests for trespassing and little confrontation between officers and the people who live here. >> you're currently trespassing on city property. if you refuse to leave, you would be arrested for trespassing. would you like to leave? >> sure. >> reporter: from what we can tell all the homeless people have agreed to cooperate with police demands despite the fact that adamantly they do not want to go. the city did give notice on wednesday about today's eviction. concerns about these encampments have become unsightly, unsanitary and a risk to public safety. at one point there were as many as 100 people out here. something that grew over the past month or so. today there are 20 to 30 people who remained. we don't know where the others went. that's a question resident has for themselves this morning. you'
of the current numbers. santa rosa, 63. san jose 59. livermore currently reporting clear skies and a temperature of 60 degrees. forecast headlines for tonight, mostly clear and breezy. tomorrow, more sunshine. we'll continue to warm things up a bit and the extended forecast, a nice, warm pattern and no rain clouds on the five- day forecast and beyond. as far as overnight lows, first thing tomorrow morning, we're going to talk about the cold numbers. some areas near freezing in santa rosa, downtown san francisco mid 40s, and san jose, right around 40 degrees. our old system, remember this moved into the area on thursday, producing the cloud cover and some rain showers. this is way out to the east and dry weather pattern developing out here as high pressure continues to strengthen, pushing the storm track to our north. we started the warming trend and will continue for sunday, monday, and tuesday. by midweek, the warmest locations approaching the mid 70s and the upper 70s. that's how warm it's going to be. a dry week ahead. our forecast models showing you 30s and 40s. a lot of 40s out there and 30
. crime concerns are much lower in san jose and san francisco. and you can find the full results of that poll on our website, cbssf.com. >>> well, oakland police did have something to celebrate today. they recovered a priceless piece of california history taken in a brazen museum burglary. kpix 5 reporter ann notarangelo shows us the case is far from closed. >> reporter: the jewelry box is exactly where it should be. it's in the museum behind me but it is still a mystery as to who took it and what were they going to do with it? >> it's been many sleepless nights. >> reporter: it may look like just an expense every jewelry box but this piece of california gold rush history evokes a lot of emotion. it's one of the iconic pieces in this museum. and when the oakland museum of california director got the call yesterday that it had been recovered -- >> i cried. i was in my car, pulled over and burst into tears. >> reporter: oakland police say 45-year-old parolee andre franklin has been charged with possession of stolen property. they have been loo
of you using a the benicia bridge like porches in san jose. >> we will continue to monitor your rank. on futurecast 4:06 a.m. light showers. spotty in nature nothing to organized. thistle continue to drop the day. you need to keep your umbrellas handy around lunchtime. >> 3:00 p.m. rain in the north bay. showers will continue to wednesday evening and thursday as well due to the instability with the system. small hail, a pop up thunderstorms, and lightning along the coastline is a possibility. >> that is what is on tap for tomorrow. temperatures not bad. 49 and vallejo. 51 for san francisco. taking a look at wednesday you have heard howling drop the morning. 17 per mile an hour winds. >> 23 around the oakland hills. >> dusty conditions as she stepped outside. heading into the afternoon everyone in the mid to upper 50s. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast shows will continue weather as we transition into tomorrow. friday that mix of sun and cloud into the upper 50s. a gradual warm up heading into the weekend. push your clocks forward. it will fill like springtime yet again bec
incidente ocurrio el domingo pasado en san jose cuando la familia encontro a la mascota con diversas heridas en el cuello y cabeza. ---al parecer francisco lopez ...disparo varias veces con su pistola de balines contra el animalito. ---ahora lopez, enfrenta acusaciones de crueldad animal y efectuar amenazas terroristas. cesar ---un avion que habia despegado del aeropuerto de san jose con destino a "boise" idaho, tuvo que realizar un aterrizaje de emergencia debido a problemas en uno de sus motores. take vo ---el vuelo numero 24-04 de "alaska airlines" partio de san jose a las 11 con 8 minutos de esta maÑana y 20 minutos despues el piloto recibio una alerta de incendio en uno de los motores por lo que decidio regresar. ---el vuelo logro aterrizar sin problemas. ---los 48 pasajeros tomaron otro vuelo para llegar a su destino. stop open cesar ---continua creciendo un altar improvisado en la ciudad de campbell... take vo ...para honrar la memoria de un adolescente de 18 aÑos que fue asesinado el domingo por la tarde. ---segun la policia, richard vega, caminaba por la calle cuando alguien se le
headlines now. san jose police trying to find the motive for an early-morning murder. a man was found shot to death near capitol avenue and murtha drive about 3 hours ago. >>> in san francisco, the death of a homeless man at the montgomery bart station now under investigation. the man had apparently been sleeping on top of an elevator and was crushed in the elevator shaft. >> and this is the day minimum wage goes up in san jose. it was 8 bucks an hour. it's now $10 an hour and was approved by about 60% of san jose voters back in november. >>> traffic and weather and weather, think you'll like the weather on this monday, all coming up right after the break. >>> good morning. we still have very big backups this morning trying to get out of half moon bay. it's because of about a five- mile section of highway 92 both directions remaining shut down for a major injury crash. so it's closed between main and highway 35. to get out of half moon bay, you'll have to head south and use highway 84 or head north towards pacifica and sharp park road. that's traff
. the viewing comes one day before a public memorial service at san jose's hp pavilion. the city of santa cruz and metro are offering bus vouchers for those heading to thursday's memorial from santa cruz to san jose. the vouchers are for people with special needs or with no other way to attend. the city is also broadcasting the memorial at the kaiser permanente arena and del ma r- rbg theater both of which are in santa cruz. ktvu will follow the coverage live as the funeral procession makes its way from santa cruz to the hp pavilion in san jose. >>> santa clara supervisor george sirakawa left office in disgrace for spending public money on gambling and other abuses. robert handa has today's board decision on how to fill his vacant seat. >> reporter: there was a noticeable face missing today with the portraits of the santa clara board supervisors are displayed. he has agreed to plead guilty to numerous felony charges including spending campaign and public funds to feed a gambling addiction. today the board unanimously voted to hold a special election scheduled for june 4th rather than appoint a
face 10 years in prison. he is scheduled to return to court later this month. >>> san jose police have arrested a man in connection with a fatal stabbing at a parking. police say 20-year-old vincent gallegos killed 37-year-old eric white. news chopper 2 was over the scene when white's body was found in guadalupe oak grove park. police say they don't believe it was gang related. >>> tonight we're getting a better picture of the damage done to berkeley's penny's restaurant in an early morning fire. allie rasmus live with the latest on the fire. >> reporter: to my right you can see some of the wooden boards where they're getting ready to board up the broken windows here. they're canceling all of the reservations at least through march 23rd. the restaurant will be shut down because of the fire. there were lots of hugs. >> it definitely touches me deeply. i care about this neighborhood and businesses. i mean it's just our 41st year. >> reporter: the fire broke out at 3: 3: 3:00 this morning. it started underneath the business. >> where the fire originated there's some electrical equipment
to the lower 50s. santa rosa, currently 44. downtown san francisco, 49 and san jose reporting mostly cloudy skies and the current temperature, 50 degrees. a few hours for today, especially for this morning and cold rain expected for tomorrow. as this area of low pressure approaches. the cold front moves across the area overnight. we will have a sun/cloud mix and then cold rain for tomorrow. this is an unstable air mass. we're talking about some thunderstorms and possibly low snow levels down to 3,000 feet. here's our forecast models showing you this. and then into the afternoon hours, it drops off on the coverage quite a bit. but still a chance and then into tonight, look what happens. we have development offshore and into tomorrow morning, that will be the source of some more rain showers and a chance of a few thunderstorms. today, some clouds, breaks in the clouds, passing shower, especially for this morning. temperatures mainly in the 50s for afternoon highs. look ahead, we could be tracking some thunderstorms for your thursday. partly sunny skies on friday. with your weekend always in v
of america in san jose. although the charges have nothing to do with that position, the boy scouts have banned him from the organization. you can read more about that decision online at nbcbayarea.com.p&)3ñ tony cove less can i. >> if you have a tip, give us a call. send us an e-mail to the unit. >>> for the sixth time in less than a week. a bay area police department is investigating a shooting and it is one of its own officers has pulled the trigger. tonight an officer involved shooting in san francisco. this is near the intersection of george court and engle street in the hunter's point neighborhood. a suspect was hurt and taken to the hospital. no word yet on that person's condition. . ? venezuelan officials are calling for peace and unity after the death of hugo chavez. it is in the middle of the night there but mourners are still gathered to mourn chavez who lost his battle with cancer. his death ignited riots in the deeply divided country and inspired vigils and debate in the bay area. stephanie spoke with local venezuelans about the future of that country and its relationship w
. a 2-inch gas main this afternoon collapsed because of construction work. it happened at san jose avenue and duncan street near st. luke's hospital. now we just spoke to a pg & e official who says the pipe broke after a construction crew dug a deep trench without shoring up the wall. the pipe twisted and broke. this all happened around 3:15 and pg & e crews stopped the flow of gas in about an hour. the evacuations and shelter in place order were lifted in the last hour. streets in the area have also been reopened but four apartment buildings are without gas but repairs should be finished by 7:00 tonight. >>> now back to the death of venezuelan president hugo chavez. he's been sick for some time and he was only 58 years old. robert handa is live with the reaction of the venezuelan community here. >> reporter: well today that atmosphere shifted a bit as news came that the venezuelan leader had died. today venezuela's vice president lashed out at the country's enemy. chavez's declining health loomed over the country. >> there was this feeling that he really was already dead. but the
in the latino communities and barrios of los angeles, san jose, and other cities to build chapters of the cso or community service organizations, civil rights and civil improvement groups in california and arizona. the founding leaders of the cv so included members of the steel workers, clothing workers, meat cutters and other unions. and they formed the core of cso's early leadership who built a powerful coalition that included the naacp, the japanese american citizens league, the catholic church and the jewish community together as they fought for fair housing, employment, and working conditions. one of the biggest victories came in the wake of a severe beating of seven men. five of them latinos by the los angeles police department on christmas day 1951 known as bloody christmas, leaving the victims with broken bones and ruptured organs, but pressure from the cso forced the l.a.p.d., which routinely harassed and abused african americans and hi cannot owes and latinos, they documented complaints and keeping up public pressure in the media. * they eventually resulted in the unprecedented indi
of a homeless encampment and san jose. a cleanup is scheduled for this item. stanley roberts takes a look at people be getting badly. >>dogs barking. >> i am at a homeless encampment in san jose does located just under the approach to mineta san jose international airport. this in cabinet is scheduled for cleanup by the city of san jose because of its size in fact notices have been posted. >> what started out as one tent from a man simply known as dennis. has grown into dozens of tents and lots of trash, some reports said there are many as 100 separate encampment. in the middle of this area is a random street sign reading every and walnut streets. then there is the sign reading no trespassing, this land is close to the public know its record occupation. but what i noticed, as if every homeless encampment there a lot of bicycles and this electric go ped scoter valued at $1,200. getting a fresh charge from this gas powered generator which is lelet's stop the video here is also powering his lap top located inside the tent. this encampment is unique in fact that this attent actually has a car
in november. in oakland, 7 news. >>> registered sex offender arrested in san jose early this morning after he broke into a woman home while she slept. police say had he a smart phone and was using an app that allowed had time listen to police scanner on the phone. police say the woman who woke found 29-year-old ryan watching her in bed. she screamed. he ran away. she then called 911. police were in the area and they tracked him down right away. on probation for burglary. he was wearing an ankle bracelet to track the moves at the time. >> very public domestic violence case back in court today. this time before the state supreme court. lower court overturned the second degree murder verdict of man who killed his girlfriend in front of her children and now the victim's family hopes the state highest court will financially bring them justice. more now from 7 news reporter lee ann. >>reporter: terri goes by the name terri beltran. that's how highly publicized this case has been. in 2000 he murdered his ex girlfriend clare joyce in front of her children. this outraged those in the domest
periods of rain. one exiting san jose driving on interstate 5 periods of off and on rain but nothing too heavy or too hard. forecast for today showers make their way down l.a. again, not a huge, huge inconvenience. >> thanks so much, bill. >>> turning now to entertainment, "daily show" host jon stewart is taking a three-month break this summer to direct his first film. no, it's not a comedy, but a drama based on a true story about one journalist's imprisonment following the 2009 iranian presidential election. comedian john oliver will guest-host. >> the band train is pulling out of this year's boy scout jamboree. they cited the boy scouts anti-gay policy as a reason. >>> did kate middleton accidentally reveal she's having a girl? a telegraph reports when the duchess accepted a teddy bear, she said, "thank you, i'll take that for my da"-- with a "d." middle in the denied she was about to take it for her daughter. >>> well, tony stark fans rejoice, "ironman 3" is officially in production -- and we have a sneak peek. >> we're buying tickets right now. >>> and finally, could this song replac
did for multiple gunshot wounds. police say two men were running from the scene. >> a shot of san jose. we are waiting to cloudy conditions and tracking rain coming our way a bit later. 4 the time later:07. --the time is 4:07. >> we are backed at 4:09. boeing says it is moving as quick as it can to get its 787 dream liner fix an back in the air. the airplane maker submitted a plan to the federal aviation ministration in february. now it needs the faa to approve that plan and certify the design. faa experts are expected to make a decision this week. the 787 aircraft at the grounded since january after a battery fire on one play and a smoking battery on another. >> republicans have introduced a bill to soften the blow of the fourth federal spending cuts to the defense department. across- the-board cuts into effect friday night. the new bill would allow the pentagon and the department of veterans affairs to shift money to different programs lessening the bank. >> it would not give the department any extra money, nor allow them to avoid the cuts. there are also provisions for the fbi, bord
an alaska airlines plane to make an emergency landing in san jose. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. passengers were safely evacuated from the plane at norman mineta international airport late this morning. shortly after take off-- the captain was notified of a fire in the right engine. the plane was removed from service -- no one was hurt. >> in a few weeks, airline passengers will be able to start carrying certain types of knives in their carry-on luggage. it's part of changes the tsa is making to it's prohibited items list. kron 4's charles clifford shows us what will and won't be allowed. >> reporter: the t s a wants to stop hockey fried items like explosives and start worrying about smaller items like knives. passengers are be able to carry small knives in their carry-on luggage. these are examples that will be allowed the blade has to be less than 6 cm. and also less than one- half of an inch wide. and it has to be a bendable foldable. and the handgrip cannot be molded. these are examples that will not be allowed. these blades are too wide, too long
in san jose will host the service next thursday on march 7th. the details of the service is still pending, but the investigation is moving forward with police now looking for this woman, it teresa johnson. they say the 28-year-old suspected prostitute isn't involved in the murders in any way but they do want to talk to her to get information on the deceased suspect jeremy goulet. investigators say johnson may have been acquainted with him. now we turn to marianne favro who joins us live in santa cruz where police are still working this investigation, marianne. >> reporter: jessica, during the past two hours we have seen a steady stream of police officers and sheriff's deputies coming here to this community memorial to pay their respects and we have seen a lot of hugs exchanged. some of the officers came here after completing their first patrol shift since their fellow officers were killed. for the first time since two of their if fellow officers, sergeant butch baker and detective elizabeth butler were killed in the line of duty, santa cruz police went back to their own duties protecting
scattered showers and yeah, more rain coming down in the san jose area and more to come maybe some thunderstorms. wouldn't that be great? >> very exciting, yeah. we also have high wind advisories in effect. chp issued wind advisories for several bridges including the bay bridge. >> the bay bridge looking nice too. >> it is. it's all sparkly. >> more on that coming up, too. >>> a patient set a small fire inside his room at san mateo general prompting evacuations and a two-hour standoff with police. officers say the patient was upset when he started the fire before 11:00 last night. hospital staff started moving patients out of the way before police arrived on scene. a s.w.a.t. team helped calm him down and took him into custody. >> from this point forward, the person has been detained, medical staff will evaluate him and figure out his situation and take it from there. >> police say the patient's room suffered some fire damage. >>> 4:30 now. a suspected carjacker is recovering after being shot by san francisco police officers in the bayview last
. good morning. i'm meteorologist christina loren taking a live look over san jose. the time is 7:15. we still have clouds lingering over the western facing slopes but overall we are clearing you out quickly. done with the rain at least for now. 60 degrees in livermore. 57 degrees in fremont. some good news to bring to the table for the weekend. we have warmup ahead. bad news, a time change as well. we lose an hour of sleep on sunday. >>> that's your latest weather. lester? >> al, thanks. government watchdogs are raising new questions this morning about an advocacy group pushing president obama's agenda. are wealthy donors being promised special access to the president? nbc's chief white house correspondent chuck todd is at the white house for us. chuck, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, lester. when it comes to barack obama's views on money and politics, his actions have rarely matched his words. with word that he wants to keep his political machine alive, how he plans on going about raising money for that group is coming under new scrutiny. when it comes to big money in politics
. an accident, now, in the san jose area, we had two incidents and northbound 85, that has been cleared and northbound 17 is in the clearing stages and bumper to bumper from half moon bay bay due to an early accident. >> we will c >> we have breaks in the cloud cover right now but there are still a few showers in the not bay near petaluma and santa rosa headed off to the east with some coming from bodega bay. winds are already starting to calm so that will not be an issue like it was this morning. we will have scattered light showers and temperatures in the mid-40's to mid-50's right now and we will top out in the mid-50's, maybe a few upper ♪ ♪ hello. >> hi, everyone, out there in times square. let's take a look at james franco. he is playing the most famous wizard ever in oz, the great and powerful. you see him right there. that's in the movie. he's going to be joining us live in just a couple of minutes. >> our elevator is big enough to handle all that. >> we have a yellow brick road too. >>> also ahead, it was a historic but disappointing performance by the first woman ever to t
and umbrella today. highs only registering in the upper 50s. 61 degrees on the way for gilroy. 56 in san jose. your 7-day outlook shows a different scenario next week. 74 on monday. >> reporter: and in the last 15 minutes, it's kind of interesting looking at how the snow has changed from these big, fat, wet, fluffy flakes to something your crystal and granular. this is going to be a very long and arduous system, savannah. >> al roker, tracking the storm flake by flake. thank you so much. >>> we move on now to the death of venezuelan president hugo chavez. he was a polarizing and outspoken figure. u.s. officials are wondering how his passing will impact relations with the oil giant. nbc's mark potter is in caracas this morning. mark, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. the mood in caracas is somber as venezuelans begin seven days of national mourning. even though chavez had long been ill and news of his condition had been worsening, many here were still surprised when he died, in part because of his larger than life personality. venezuela's vice president was clearly emot
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